Select Committee to consider telecoms pensioners’ petition

The National Assembly has decided to have a select committee consider a petition which calls for the employees of the Guyana Telecommunications Company (GTC) who stayed on after the company was privitised and became GT&T then retired, to be paid their retirement benefits

The petition, brought by Alliance for Change (AFC) MP Trevor Williams, found favour on both sides of the house and so the decision to have it considered by a select committee was made unanimously when the question was raised by Deputy Speaker Basil Williams.

The petition, in part, states: “Whereas by way of correspondence dated February 10, 2000, from Mr Winston Brassington, Executive Secretary …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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